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Objective


seeking full time employment in the Maritime Job industry


Experience


I have served on the(1987-1990) USS Kansas City AOR-3. (1990-1994)USS PYRO AE-24,(1994-1996) USS Carl Vinson CVN-70,(1996-1999) Pearl Harbor Naval Ship Yard & IMF,(1999-2003)Assault Craft Unit 5,(2003-2007) , Naval Cargo Handling Battalion-1,(2007-2008). Beach Master Unit-2. where I worked as a Boatswainmate in deck department. I have also worked under the following titles as they pertain to cargo operations: Telephone Talker (underway replenishment), Signalman (underway replenishment), Sliding Pad Eye/Transfer Head Operator Rig Captain (underway replenishment), on board the USS PYRO AE-24 and Rig/Hatch Captain (yard and stay operations). Signalman (yard and stay operations), Landing Craft Air Cushion Loadmaster.



I have also obtained extensive skills and Work Experience working at Naval Cargo Handling Battalion-1(DEC2003-2007) AS Hatch Captain, hold boss, (30/35/50Longton Hagglunds) Crane Operator and Stevedore. With Experience working on the following Maritime Prepositioning Ships,



MV 1ST LT ALEX BONNYMAN,

USNS 2ND LT JOHN P. BOBO,

MV SGT WILLIAM R. BUTTON

USNS 1ST LT JACK LUMMUS

SS MAJ STEPHEN W. PLESS

USNS LCPL ROY M. WHEAT

USNS 1ST LT BALDOMERO LOPEZ

MV PVT FRANKLIN J. PHILLIPS



I am extensively familiar with wide range of Material Handling Equipment, rigging procedures, and the safe loading and unloading of ships. I have also been deployed as Hatch Captain, specifically during Operation Deep Freeze in Antarctica. At this time of January 2006, I had operated more than 1,841 lifts. I put forth efforts to improve Navy Lighterage System Tests and evaluations in San Diego, CA during March of 2006.



While deployed to Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Maldives from January to February 2005, I served as Hold Boss where I oversaw all stevedores during delivery of more than six million pounds of food, water, medicine and other critically needed supplies to the survivors of the disastrous effects of the December 2005 tsunami in Thailand. I was also deployed to Jacksonville, FL from August to September of 2005, supervising the back load of 13 pieces of lighterage and nine administrative lifts.



From January to February of 2004 I was deployed to Kuwait in support of OIF II 04 working as a stevedore, moving approximately 480 20 foot containers, 18 pieces of lighterage, and 63 vehicles.

During my deployment to Diego Garcia in the pacific from July 2004 August 2004, I supported the Maritime Pre-Positioning Force load swap movement of 118 20 foot cargo containers.



For my work with the Navy Cargo Handling Battalion-1 I received a Navy Achievement Medal and the recognition by my superiors for outstanding performance.



During my service with the United States Navy, I under the following titles as they pertain to helm orders and underway bridge procedures: Messenger of the Watch (import/underway), Special Sea and Anchor Detail petty officer in charge, Helmsman/Lead Helmsman, Officer of the Deck (import), Anchor Watch Reaction Forcemember, Sound Power Phone Talker, Capstan/Brake Operator, and as a member of the Roving Security Patrol.


Education


NAVY COURSE: X-777-7772, US Navy Seaman Apprentice Training/NAVY COURSE: A-012-0077, Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) - Journeyman Instructor/ARMY COURSE: AMMO49CBT, &Naval Explosives Safety Managers/Supervisors Orientation/NAVY COURSE: K-495-0419, Advanced Shipboard Fire Fighting/ NAVY COURSE: K-060-2136, Surface Rescue Team Training/NAVY COURSE: K-060-0025, Standard Tensioned Replenishment Alongside Methods/


Certification


MMD-Able Seaman-unlimited,TWIC,Passport NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATIONS: 9570 – Stevedore;9502 Instructor 0172 – LCAC Loadmaster. Course ID G-606-2010 Basic Shipboard Cargo Handling G-060-2160 MPS Hagglund Cranes G-606-2115 Basic Forklift Operator

CPR


Skils


I have used and am extensively familiar with the following with respects to Seamanship: rigging and staging, accommodation ladders, fenders, boatswain’s chair, aloft, working over the side, reeving gantlines, Stage, Lead Line, salvage, double-link pivoted gravity davit, gravity davits, and line handling mooring a ship to a pier and buoy. I have provided detailed training for subordinates regarding all of these processes and tools.



During my service with the United States Navy, I under the following titles as they pertain to helm orders and underway bridge procedures: Messenger of the Watch (import/underway), Special Sea and Anchor Detail petty officer in charge, Helmsman/Lead Helmsman, Officer of the Deck (import), Anchor Watch Reaction Forcemember, Sound Power Phone Talker, Capstan/Brake Operator, and as a member of the Roving Security Patrol.



Under this wide range of positions and titles, I acquired extensive knowledge and skills within all areas of the ship. I am capable of standing watch and maintaining alertness at all times, and am familiar with the processes for standing for wheel, anchor, and gangway watches. I am also familiar with processes for maintaining steady course, properly execute all rudder orders, and utilizing navigational terms related to heading and steering.


 


I served as Lead Instructor and Evaluator for basic shipboard cargo and as the MPS Hagglunds Crane Operator at the Navy Cargo Handling Battalion-1 in Williamsburg, Virginia from December 2003 to December 2006.

Virginia Beach, VA,
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